Mitigation efforts are underway to ensure that WorldWindJS based projects are insulated from the effects of the NASA WorldWind project suspension.
A community supported and enhanced Web WorldWind library
WorldWindJS is a fork of the popular Web WorldWind library from NASA (with contributions from ESA). This fork provides a release channel for builds based on the latest fixes and features from WebWorldWind's develop branch plus several "cherry-picked" enhancements from the WorldWind community.
This fork exists to support the development of several personal projects, including:
- Explorer - the WorldWind Explorer
- WMT v2.0 - Wildfire Management Tool v2.0 (under development)
- Bible Atlas - Geography and cartography of the Holy Land (under development)
- worldwind-react-globe - A React component for Web WorldWind
- worldwind-react-globe-bs4 - React Bootstrap4 UI components for Web WorldWind
- worldwind-react-app - A geo-browser web app using Web WorldWind with React and Bootstrap 4
WorldWindJS is made available in the spirit of the NASA motto: For the benefit of all. Show your support for this project by giving it a star!
- A template for creating geo-browser web apps with Bootstrap and Knockout (apps/worldwind-app-template).
- Keyboard navigation controls for the globe
- Improved the resolution of Bing imagery
- Support for a translucent night-image
- Removed dependency vulnerabilities
- Fixed WMTS tile geo-registration
Migrating from NASA WebWorldWind
- The WorldWindJS npm package is available in the npm repository.
- WorldWindJS is available on the unpkg and jsDelivr CDNs. See CDN providers in the wiki for examples.
- The project supports npm dependencies on its git repository: See npm dependencies in the wiki for examples.
- The JS libraries (production and debug) and the image resources are available in the GitHub releases.
Changes from WebWorldWind release 0.9.0
NavigatorStatehas been deprecated. Its properties have migrated to
- Added the
HeatMapfrom the WorldWind
- Added the
ShapeEditorfrom the WorldWind
Changes from the WebWorldWind develop branch
- WorldWindJS is a drop in replacement for WebWorldWind's worldwind.js and worldwind.min.js libraries built from the WebWorldWind develop branch. There are no changes to the API other than additions.
- How to Build a WorldWindJS Web App on the project website
- worldwind-web-app demo: A geo-browser built with Bootstrap and KnockoutJS.
- worldwind-react-app demo: A geo-browser built with React using the worldwind-react-globe and worldwind-react-globe-bs4 components.
- worldwind-react-globe: A React-based Globe component that encapulates WorldWindJS.
- worldwind-react-globe-bs4: Bootstrap UI components for the Globe component including a layer manager, tools palette, placename search, and settings.
- worldwindjs package: This library as an npm package.
- worldwind-react-globe package: Globe component encapulating WorldWindJS.
- worldwind-react-globe-bs4 package: Bootstrap UI for the Globe component.
worldwind.arc.nasa.gov has setup instructions, developers guides, API documentation and more.
The Web WorldWind Developer's Guide has a complete description of Web WorldWind's functionality. You'll also find there links to many Web WorldWind resources, including a user guide. For novices on WorldWind, A Get Started tutorial is the place to go. The latest Web WorldWind release provides many simple examples showing how to use all of Web WorldWind's functionality.
Install NodeJS. The build is known to work with Node.js 12.18.0 LTS.
npm installdownloads WorldWind's dependencies and builds everything
npm run buildbuilds everything
npm run docgenerates the WorldWind API documentation
npm run testruns WorldWind's unit tests
npm run test:watchautomatically runs WorldWind's unit tests when source code changes
npm version <newversioo>changes the version number in package.json
npm publishpublishes the build to npm
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The NASAWorldWind/WebWorldWind platform is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
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NASAWorldWind/WebWorldWind also contains the following 3rd party Open Source software:
ES6-Promise – under MIT License libtess.js – SGI Free Software License B Proj4 – under MIT License JSZip – under MIT License
A complete listing of 3rd Party software notices and licenses included in WebWorldWind can be found in the WebWorldWind 3rd-party notices and licenses PDF found in code directory.